Sunday Scripture ~ Hebrews 2:1

Maybe by this point in the summer you’re feeling as if you’ve drifted away from your usual routine and your settled habits of holiness. The writer of Hebrews uses nautical terms to warn against a slow slippage into apathy and neglect:

“Therefore we must pay much closer attention to what we have heard, lest we drift away from it.”  (Hebrews 2:1)

The only reliable mooring for our hearts is the truth of Scripture, and there is abundant grace available to hold us in faithfulness.

This Sunday, let’s commit ourselves to a renewed attention to the condition of our hearts and gratitude for hope in Christ, the “anchor of our soul.”

Blessings!

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6 thoughts on “Sunday Scripture ~ Hebrews 2:1”

  1. True words on the happenings of Summer fun/vacations/busyness. I like how the Old Testament does give a virtual picture with the scripture. Floating on water is so much fun to just relax and let the body flow, but not so much that we lose ourselves to dangerous waters. Have a great week ahead and a happy Sunday.

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  2. If there’s one thing I can get a bit adamant about it’s the importance of God’s Word in our lives. Truly, I don’t know how I’d have journeyed this far through life without the truth, guidance, comfort, correction and transforming power of the Word of God.

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